Worst Children’s Cereals March 5, 2012 Thanks sg To Share click →FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrWhatsAppEmailPrint
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It shouldn’t be a surprise that ‘Golden Crisp’ used to be called ‘Sugar Crisp’ everywhere. It was the hangover cure of choice when I was in college.
This is a great way to prioritize my cereal shopping, now I know what to buy =D
Honey Smacks used to be called Sugar Smacks
I am totally a kid-cereal grown up. I do tend to favor the ole Lucky Charms…
I guess my mom was right. Those cereals were all full of sugar. I can hear her in my head: “No, we can’t buy that one. It is full of sugar.”
I happened to see that the local Hy-Vee store has Quisp cereal (remember that one, with the little Martian on the box?). $4 something for a pretty small box! I guess cash in on the nostalgia, huh?
My picky-eater daughter would only eat Froot Loops for breakfast. The cat would pick out the left-over loops with one claw and eat them every morning. The daughter is fine, but the cat died of diabetes.
ROTF Barbwire, I hope that’s not true. About the cat I mean. LOL!
Cow milk is bad for humans and cats.
Don’t tell me you are brainwashed by the dairy industry.
A cigarette after a glass of milk is good for you. Corporations know best. They are people after all, and they care about you.
OK, now what are the 10 BEST cereals for kids?
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